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Asparagus Fern

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Asparagus aethiopicus, also known as Asparagus Fern and Foxtail Fern, is a plant native to the Cape Provinces and South Africa and is often used as an ornamental plant. The asparagus fern plant is not really a fern at all, but a member of the Liliaceae family, and is characterized by its bushy, delicate lacy like foliage that looks very similar to asparagus, thus the name. This plant is a sure bet even for novice gardeners and can be used in many different ways, including on tabletops or in hanging planters.

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When the Asparagus fern is old enough, tiny white flowers appear among the foliage. The flowers are small, most often white or pale pink and are very sweetly scented. The stems of this evergreen perennial can trail and climb, and they swoop gracefully up and outwards, which is why so many find their homes swinging in baskets from the ceiling.

The Asparagus Fern prefers low to moderate water levels. If your fern begins to drop needles, it may not be receiving enough water. Yellowing of the foliage can signal under watering as well. Aim to keep the soil semi moist allowing to somewhat dry in-between watering, but not completely. Keep in mind, that even after you have corrected the watering schedule, the yellowing foliage will not turn green again, so you may prune those fronds out. Place your Asparagus fern by a brightly lit window – morning sun would be ideal.

The fine-textured, bright green foliage and low mounding growth habit of the Asparagus fern make it an excellent landscape choice. It is perfect as a ground cover, as a specimen plant or in groups, and since its long stems hang down gracefully, it’s an outstanding plant for hanging baskets and containers.

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